Flawed Code May Affect Millions Of Products: Security Co.


Law360, New York (July 19, 2017, 6:57 PM EDT) — A flaw in widely used computer code that could allow hackers to access a video feed from afar and shut out the owner has likely affected tens of millions of software products and connected devices, cybersecurity company Senrio said Tuesday.

Senrio discovered the flaw, which it dubbed Devil’s Ivy, in a security camera manufactured by Axis Communications, and the company moved quickly to release a patch to correct the issue stemming from its use of an open-source, third-party computer code called gSOAP in most of its…

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